Ceramic Coatings for High-Emissivity and Corrosion-Resistance

Ceramic Coatings

for High-Emissivity

and for Corrosion-Resistance

SENTRO TECHNOLOGIES USA, LLC specializes in high emissivity and corrosion protection ceramic coatings. 

SENTROCOAT C, M, CM high emissivity coatings (water-based)

The SENTROCOAT line of water-based high emissivity coatings are blackbody formulations designed to significantly improve the thermal efficiency of radiant section tubes of furnaces, heaters and boilers in the Oil & Gas industries. 

Energy savings in the range of 3–10% are typical using our coatings.

SENTROCOAT C-M Ceramic Coating Spec


SENTROCOAT CP-1, CP-2 corrosion resistant coatings (solvent-based)

SENTRO’s Corrosion-Resistant Paint SENTROCOAT CP series coatings are formulated using an advanced solvent-based silicone resin combined with inorganic fillers and pigments
to offer continuous temperature resistance to 1100 °F (593 °C) and intermittent resistance to 1200 °F (649 °C).

These coatings are single-part, heat curable systems that adhere to a wide range of materials including metals, ceramics, glass, quartz, and refractories, and offer outstanding resistance to outdoor weathering, UV light, salt spray corrosion, oxidation, some chemicals, and thermal shock.


  • Single-Part, No Mixing
  • Low Viscosity
  • Maximum Use Temperature, 1100 °F (593 °C)
  • Intermittent Use Temperature, 1200 °F (649 °C)
  • Bonds to Ceramics, Glass, Quartz, Metals
  • Excellent Resistance to Moisture & Salt Spray
  • Resists Thermal Shock
  • Resists Ultraviolet Light
  • Good Chemical Resistance
  • Solvent-Based


Photo Gallery

Coating application of SENTROCOAT M (high-emissivity) in action

step I : sandblast surface cleaning till “near white metal” of a furnace coil

Step II: applying 1st layer

Step III: applying 2nd layer

Coating application of SENTROCOAL CP (corrosion resistance) in action

step I : sandblast surface cleaning till “near white metal” of a furnace coil


step II and III: applying 1st and 2nd layers


Measurement of Wet film thickness

Measurement of Dry film thickness